Hanns-Christian Kaiser

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Hanns-Christian Kaiser (26 March 1969) is a German artist.

Early life[edit]

Born in Karlsruhe he was the son of a gallery owner. In his youth he painted with artists such as Herbert Zangs and Professor Walter Becker in Karlsruhe and in Ammersee.

Career[edit]

After completing his schooling he worked as a commercial artist in 1987 and since 1989 as a freelance artist in Baden-Baden. He began to exhibit his works in the early 1990s. Kaiser's works can be up to 3 meters height and uniting 4 surfaces that can be of different sizes or origins.

In the year 2005 he represented a synopsis of his art work in Munich. Hanns-Christian Kaiser became a member of the icd-foundation, Stuttgart in 2006.

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